• Parchment Post
    Parchment Post was founded out of love for paper goods and pen pals. Sending handwritten notes and delivering mailbox joy. Cards are produced by a variety of small, passionate designers and curated by Jamie Ambabo. Jamie loves coffee, traveling, blogs, and baking. She is always on the lookout for greeting cards, most often given to her husband Ethan. Based in Evanston, Illinois, Parchment Post finds inspiration near and far. Please do write with any questions or comments:
  • Jeff zadoks
    Jeff Zadoks has served as a Senior Financial Officer and Vice President in Post Holdings, Inc company. Post Holdings is a goods holdings company and manufacturing the ready to eat products, hot cereal, egg, refrigerated potato, cheese and other dairy cases. The company also manufactures peanut, batter, dried food, and roasting services. This company physically located in United State. Jeff has lots of knowledge about the financial management.He manages the sales and account department.
  • Stephen Francis Jones
    Stephen Francis Jones is already known around the world as a master of architecture and design. Whether you are talking about Wolfgang Puck’s signature restaurant Spago in Beverly Hills, farm-to-table landmark MB Post in Manhattan Beach, the flagship location for La Brea Bakery, the Lucky Strike Bowling chain, Japan’s Mister Donut franchise, or the Java House chain in Africa, Jones’ designs are more than just places to eat – they are highly crafted social spaces where relationships are formed, collegial and familial bonds are reinforced, and communities are built.
  • Muhammad Mustaqeem
    Hay, this is Mustaqeem he is blogger by profession and writer as passion. Mustaqeem has published several articles on famous blogs including TED, Medium and WorldNews as guest post writer. He is not only passionate about writing but also offer quality link building services to the clients.
  • Daryl Sian
    The <a href="http://alldailypost.blog/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">All Daily Post</a> are covering world wide news coming from different online news site providing breaking news, sports, business, entertainment, things to do, opinion, photos, videos and more around the world
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    The <a href="http://alldailypost.blog/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">All Daily Post</a> are covering world wide news coming from different online news site providing breaking news, sports, business, entertainment, things to do, opinion, photos, videos and more around the world
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    <a href="http://worlddailypost.blog/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">World News</a> Find the latest breaking news stories, photos and videos from around the world at world daily post.blog. Read headlines covering top news stories, business, technology, and more.
  • eFor-Real
    I am an easy going guy who loves to learn and teach whenever I can. I also love to guest post on great websites like this and eFor-Real. In addition, I do sometimes goof around watching movies and playing chess.
  • Christine Boyer
    The A-frame is an aalstyle that needs little explanation, aptly named for its high peak and steep angles. A-frame popularity can be attributed to a convergence of factors. The post-war housing boom led to the creation of inexpensive and quick-to-build homes. A-frames were popular in the late fifties and sixties when the middle class had enough money for recreational properties, often next to lakes or as ski cabins. (The style is commonly attributed to the latter, as snow slides down the side instead of weighing heavily on top.) They are an efficient use of materials as they’re almost all roof. They were often built from kits and tended to be small, as the surrounding land acts as additional living space. We first laid eyes on the A-frame in Union Bay when we moved there in 2006. Both the structure and property looked dilapidated and lonely. The land was overgrown, ragged, and in need of serious TLC. Our friend and realtor, who lived on the same street, showed us the A-frame only in passing. “Too much work, too small, no way…” we agreed. Needless to say, we did not have the vision of our friends Christine Boyer and Anthonie Scholtz. We met the couple for the first time at one of our neighbourhood gatherings. While visiting the Valley from Ontario, they admired the community vibe of Kilmarnock. They too drove past the A-frame with our realtor friend, but it stopped them in their tracks. “The structure seems to stand proudly from the ground,” explains Christine, “yet nestle into its surroundings. It offers shelter without overtaking the landscape. It’s a little slice of architectural history, with its mid-century modern vacation vibes.” The property also showcases a spectacular view, including Gilles Bay on Texada Island, the very spot where Anthonie grew up. They sold their home in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto, resigned from their jobs, and moved across the country. They oversaw major renovations to restore what became known as Kyst Hus (taking its name from the Danish for coastal house), a home of simple beauty and modern design. It also exemplifies the Danish concept of Hygge: a moment that feels especially cozy, charming or special. The couple worked with Kai Lawrance of Standing Bear Construction to realize their dream for the space. “We were in renovations for five years,” says Christine. “It was slow going and we did what we could while raising our babies and keeping an eye on our budget. That’s not for everyone! But the nice thing about it was the flexibility of adjusting our plans. Living in the renovations allowed us to be responsive to our needs and space as we changed as a family.” Any gardener knows that transforming a one-acre property into manageable gardens is a momentous task. We watched the evolution of the land each time we passed. Christine could often be seen raking, digging, lifting, and planting while the kids played. My family moved out of the neighbourhood years ago, but we’re still close with the Scholtz family. We visit the A-frame for dinners and picnics, the kids run wild, and we take in additional updates. It’s a warm and welcoming home of earth tones and modern design that naturally merges with the property. They also transformed the garage into the Kyst Hus Studio, where Christine works on large-format acrylic art inspired by her surroundings. Her work has grown in popularity over the years and is on display all over the Comox Valley. Kyst Hus went from being a diamond in the rough to a jewel of the west coast. It’s amazing what patience, diligence, and vision can produce. A labour of love, but love nonetheless, and a treasure of memories for themselves and their family. “The best part,” says Christine, “is waking up and feeling like we’re always on vacation.”